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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, september 22nd. i'm allyson camerata. we begin with a fox news alert. there's been a mall massacre in kenya. it has turned into a massacre. among those injured are americans. there are 59 people killed. the mall is still under siege and hostages are still being held. we have all the breaking details. the president comes out swinging raising rhetoric for republicans. >> let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far. we've overcome far darker
threats than those. we will not negotiate. >> his remarks before the congressional black caucus go too far. was that a racial dog whesle. >> and duck dynasty, one of the most popular shows on television, why did one of their t-shirts get a kid in big trouble at his school at junior high? "fox and friends" begins right now. good sunday morning, everyone. welcome in to "fox and friends." we start with a news alert now. terrorists and special forces are in kenya. they killed dozens of people in an upscale mall. take a listen. >> we believe that there are still some people in the building. we believe there are some people
in the building and that is why we say their position is very difficult. we are doing everything reasonably possible to make sure that the hostages who are still in the building come out safely. >> officials say 10 to 15 terrorists are still inside the mall, and this started when the group armed with grenades and ak-47s stormed the building. the death toll overnight rose to at least 59 people and another 175 are hurt, including at least four americans. officials say another 1,000 people have been rescued so far. this is the al qaeda linked somali militant group called al shabab. witnesses described the scene as chaotic. >> we tried escaping and they threw a grenade and grenade -- the sharp particles entered me
into my hand and my leg. there are very many people who are injured. >> the white house has condemned the attack. the secretary of state john kerry says the u.s. has offered to help the kennian government in any way possible. who is al shabab? joining us is ryan moore. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> what do we know about al shabab? >> basically this is a group based in somalia. it's al qaeda's branch there. their focus isn't on just somalia. they want to turn it into what after begafghanistan. they've recruited over 40 americans that have joined their ranks. >> what type of operations have been effective in recruiting americans? >> they come into the somali american community, they find individuals who moved here and they say you need to help your country. you need to help save your country from the evil foreigners in the west.
they radicalize them and bring them back to somalia and get the battle experience. >> the u.s. government for reasons that aren't clear settled thousands of so he mannians there. >> right, for humanitarian reasons. a lot of the ways that al sha bob is penetrating the united states is through the mexican boarder. this needs to be included in the immigration debate. there was a man connected to al sha bob arrested in virginia. he confessed to having smuggled over 270 somalis into the united states. if he's working for al shabab, you can only imagine. >> this is what's called a soft target. it's an upscale mall. this is where people are shopping. they think that they are safe basically and what we've heard is that they targeted nonmuslims by asking people, rounding people up and asking them some questions that they thought would separate muslims and nonmuslims.
>> exactly. they didn't want to kill muslims. part of the reason is because al qaeda has experienced a backlash. they've killed eight times as many muslims as nonmuslims. that's caused a backlash. that's been a major strategic set back. >> we should be clear about what al shabab said. they claimed responsibility for this. they went on twitter almost immediately and said this is pay back for kenya's involvement in somalia, kenya having sent 4,000 troops in somalia to fight al qaeda insurge against. >> right. al qaeda, al shabab, was going to take over kenya to make it the first country directly one by al qaeda. the an fri can sources went in, including from kenya, so they're upset. >> i hate to say this out loud, but considering the u.s. has a record of involvement in somalia, how concerned are u.s. authorities concerned about
something like this happening here? >> huge. it's not just someone going on a computer and becoming radicalized and acting on their own accord, they have people in the united states that are radicalizing individuals and arranging their travel and smuggling people in over the mexican border. there are state sponsors helping al shabab. there are indications that iran and sudan are also involved with them. >> are you concerned about a broader rise of extremism? we keep hearing that al qaeda, from the administration, is on the run. we have decapitated its leadership but we see these large scale attacks in countries popping up in africa, of course, in the continent of africa and around europe. >> right. that's because the ideology hasn't been destroyed. al qaeda has done a lot of damage themselves, by killing muslims, being defeated on the battlefield, until you kill the radical ideology, you'll keep having these type of terrorists
produce. al qaeda is having a revival in their forces because syria has become like afghanistan in the 1980s. they went there and got recruits to battle the soviets. now they're going to syria to battle the syrian forces. >> thank you for your expertise. >> thank you. meanwhile, would he do have some other headlines to tell you about. overnight, a deadly attack on a church in pakistan, 260 people were killed, another 100 hurt when a bomber attacked another church. they were lining up on the front lawn for a free meal. most killed were christians. later today a memorial service will be held for monday's 12 victims of the navy yard shooting. this will be held at the marine barracks. the service is closed to the public but the navy has reportedly invited 4,000 people to attend. so far, no charges have been
filed against a driver who plowed into a group of bicyclists killing two of them and injuring two others. this happened after the start of the 40th annual granite state wheelman tri state century sea coast ride in new hampshire. >> you do that every year. you love pronouncing it. >> i do. >> car just, you know, plowed right into them, like went right into them on the wrong side of the street. >> the 20-year-old driver was treated for minor injuries. so far there's no word what caused him to crash into those folks. all right. those are your headlines at this hour. >> thank you, allyson. it is rick time. my favorite time. can you tell me why meet logically? >> meteor logically i can get but i have a feeling yours is for some other reason. >> first day of fall. >> the candy corn comes out. >> i love it. >> it's allyson's worst day of the year. >> first day of winter.
why did one of our viewers chastise me yesterday for saying today is the first day of fall. he said yesterday was. >> today is. this afternoon. in the 4:00 hour. >> whoa. autumnal equinox. >> it's here. it's happening. we had snow yesterday across parts of california. i'll show you some of those pictures coming up. take a look at your temperatures. waking up. feels a little bit like fall. feels like winter. not that bad. there's a big cold front that has moved through. we had rain showers exit d.c. very heavy rain showers in the evening. boston you're about to wake up to it as well as much of new england. that will move out and your afternoon will be fine. the tail end of this will stall out here across parts of the southeast. expect to see more scattered showers throughout the day today across at least the northern half of florida and southern georgia across the coast line of south carolina as well. out across the west we saw snow across the sierra nevadas. doner pass got some snow.
rain across the boulder area today. nothing that will cause flooding but a bit of nuisance. snow into the higher elevations across the rockies. i'm going to say snow as much as i can to annoy allyson. >> thanks so much, rick. president obama taking the opportunity to ridicule the republicans during a black caucus dinner. this is as they get ready to go to battle to avoid a shutdown. peter douce is in washington for more on what's happening and what's going to happen. >> reporter: tucker, for three years now the federal government has been divided. last night at a congressional black caucus dinner in d.c., president obama seems to hang many of the problems and inefficiencies the government has been dealing with on republicans. he said that they need to, quote, stop governing by crisis.
he also pointed to their vote this week that would keep everything running past october 1st except obama care as an example. >> you'd be willing to shut down the government and potentially default for the first time in united states history because it bothers you so much that we're actually going to make sure that everybody has affordable health care? let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far. we've everycome far darker threats than those. we will not negotiate over whether or not america should keep its word and meet its obligations. >> but some of the republican party's most enthusiastic supporters of defunding obama care have been saying that their position is more about leverage than anything now with senator rand paul saying in michigan this weekend, quote, i'm acknowledging we can't probably defeat or get rid of obama care, but by starting with our position of not funding it,
maybe we can get to a position where we make it less bad. and if congress cannot come together on a spending bill by the end of next monday, a week from tomorrow, then on tuesday, next tuesday, the government is going to shut down. back to you in new york. >> and if it does, you'll be there to cover it. peter, thank you. >> if the lights are on. >> who knows. >> we won't shut down. >> okay, good. >> thanks, peter. coming up here on the show, america's favorite family. apparently not welcome at one school. a student forced to remove his "duck dynasty" t-shirt because it was too threatening to other students. we'll show you the t-shirt and let you decide. then a shocking new report that america may no longer be the land of the free. our economies fall from grace. ♪ [ male announcer ] when it comes to doing what you love,
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the free. we want it to be. but it turns out it's not the land of the free, at least not economical economically, not anymore. according to a recent report, it's number 17. how did this happen, this fall from grace? we have john here from real markets.com to explain. john, what happened? >> well, it's really simple. people wonder why the economy is weak. economic growth is the simplest thing possible. you have to set the people who are producing that economy free. in the last 15 years the opposite's occurred. in a country that is based on skepticism about politicians, the u.s. government has grown by leaps and bounds. that cost is an imposition on freedom. we get up every day to trade our trade has become much less free. we've seen just in recent years an attempt to reregulate health
care, energy, all sorts of -- and banking on the way to less economic freedom and we've seen the value of the dollar shrunken. that is, our paychecks have been taken away from us in terms of the dollar's value buying much less. when you factor all of those in, we're much less free and no surprise the economy is growing a great deal. >> i want to get to your point about the dollar buying less. i want to put it on the screen. it's so depressing. here are the top five freest economies, hong kong, singapore, new zealand, switzerland, uae, they're freer in abu dhabi than we are. burma, congo, zimbabwe, and chad all synonyms for disasters, those countries. you mentioned the fact that washington seems to be ignoring that the dollar buys less. this may be a product of the fed devaluing our currency, do you think? >> it's exactly that. one of the biggest modern myths is this idea that oil and gas have become expensive.
nothing could be further from the truth. in fact, the dollar in which they're priced has been cheapend. this has been by designed by the treasury and fed in the last 12 years. it shrunk the paycheck of all-americans and it's also greatly reduced the ability of americans to find jobs. >> so it just completely screws the middle class, just hammers people who aren't rich is what you're saying? >> yeah, because the middle class are much less able to hedge the decline and the value of the dollars they earn, but it hurts them in another major way. what we can't get beyond, democrats and republicans must acknowledge that there are no companies and no jobs without investment first, but when the federal government is explicitly devaluing the dollar it tells investors, why commit capital if the returns you're going to get down the line will come back in dollars greatly devalued. >> exactly. >> instead they put their capital on strike and americans have greatly reduced job opportunities. economic growth is so easy, but when you destroy the dollar which is the lubricator of that,
you're going to necessarily see a greatly reduced hiring. >> exactly. they tell us there's no inflation. every year washington says there's no inflation. i go shopping once a year because i have a wonderful wife. she leaves town and i go to the grocery store, i can't believe how expensive it is. my dollar buys less. they should stop lying to us because it's obvious. >> it's very, very true. inflation, you can make it what you want. we know there's inflation to look at food and groceries. the federal government has stripped those out of the calculations to make it appear that we're doing fine. we also know there's inflation because the economy is so slow. when the dollar is being devalued, there's less investment. without investment you don't have new companies and jobs. >> you are one articulate character at 6:19 in the morning. >> i know, john. >> have a good day. it's a drug everyone takes
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the faa says the helicopter was privately owned. a drunk pilot was arrested before he was scheduled to take off. the pilot is 54-year-old earfan fayez was four times over the legal blood alcohol limit to fly. the flight was canceled and all 174 passengers were rescheduled on later flights. ali? >> thanks, clayton. well, tens of millions of people use it every week but many don't know that it could kill them. a new report shows that acetaminophen, the a beingticti in tylenol kills people every year. is it time for the fda to slap a black box warning on these drugs. we're joined now. >> hi, how are you, alisyn.
>> acetaminophen, the drug tylenol is one of the most common prescribed painkillers. also as you know, it's an over the counter medication. when it's taken properly, it's extremely safe. if you don't follow the instructions and take more pills than the recommended dose, there are risks. >> is that how 150 people are dying, they're taking too much of it? >> absolutely. the problem with tylenol is that the window between what is a helpful dose and what is a harmful dose is a smaller window than for other medications. >> oh, that's good to know. >> it's the liver issue that's the problem. if you take too much, it can damage the liver and it's particularly a concern if you're an alcoholic or taking alcohol with tylenol, it's something to avoid, of course. >> if you take tylenol and you have a glass of wine; that dangerous? or do you mean repeated alcohol use and repeated tylenol use. >> repeated use is obviously very serious. if you're taking a lot of alcohol regularly. you should not be taking alcohol
at all if you're taking tylenol. this medication we must emphasize, if you take it properly and follow the instructions on the label, tylenol is one of the safest painkillers that are around. >> okay. thanks for that clarification. meanwhile, i want to show you this photo. it's causing some controversy online. this is a woman, she's doing the popular cross fit program, which is very rigorous. she's two weeks away from delivering a baby. that's not a beer gut, that's a baby in there, right there. should pregnant women in eight months of pregnancy being doing rigorous exercise like that? >> i agree, it's a very sensational photograph, but this lady is somebody who is doing very regular exercise before she was pregnant. she made that statement when the photograph was published. actually, the guidelines for exercise in pregnancy are to follow the same guidelines for nonpregnant ladies, but you must ask your doctor. the american society of obstetrics and gynecology
recommends 30 minutes of exercise every day. obviously certain activities are dangerous. contact sports you want to avoid. sports where you may have a risk of falling, skiing, horse riding, avoid those. if you feel short of breath, if you cannot talk, you're doing too much exercise. if you get headaches. if you've got high blood pressure. high risk pregnancies are very different. >> right. >> ask your doctor. >> excellent point. that photo just shocked me. that's what i look like after eating a burrito and she's eight months pregnant right there. dr. phillip, great to see you. >> thank you very much. still ahead, "duck dynasty" is one of the most popular shows on television. it highlights hard work and families. why did one of their t-shirts get a kid in big trouble at school? that story, next. and like a scene out of "the hangover" movie, a lion makes its way into the back seat of a car. how in the world did it get there? we have the details. ♪ i'm having a party
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still some people in the building. we believe there are some people in the building and that is why we say that the situation is very delicate. we are doing everything reasonably possible to make sure that the hostages who are still in the building come out safely. >> officials believe that 10 to 15 terrorists are also still in the mall. this started when the group armed with grenades and ak-47s stormed the building. the death toll rose dramatically overnight to at least 59 people. another 175 people are hurt, including at least four americans. this is an al qaeda linked somali militant group called al shabab. they've claimed responsibility for the attack and we will bring you all of the details as soon as we get them into our newsroom. and now to this story we're following. islamic extremists are also to be blamed for executing dozens of iranians at an exile camp in iraq. the group was supposed to be protected by the denovember va convention. as david lee miller reports, now
there are calls for the united states to intervene. >> reporter: it was a massacre that much of the world greeted with silence. controversy raged about chemical weapons in syria, in neighboring iraq 52 iranians living in an exile camp were killed. relatives of the victims say this amateur video recorded on september 1st shows iraqi backed forces committing the slaughter. iraq denies the allegation. a among the dead amir ramadi's 56-year-old father. >> they were not there to scare people off. they had tarktsz. they shot every single one of my friends and my father's friends and my father in the head. >> reporter: those killed were members of the iranian opposition group called the m.e.k., the people's army, which sided with saddam hussein. once considered a terrorist organization in the u.s., many see the m.e.k. in a positive light. >> it is a group that's in favor of a democratic iran, an iran
with gender equality and iran that's nonnuclear. they're on our side on all key issues. most importantly, over the last ten years they've been the best source of information that we get out of iran. >> reporter: the september attack targeting m.e.k. members took place despite a 2003 commitment from the u.s. that the group would be given protected status under the geneva conventions. when the u.s. ended the group, iraq took responsibility for keeping the group safe. nuri al mall la can i might have pulled the trigger, some people say iran may have been to blame. >> the person running iran is not mall la can i, it's the ayatollah. >> reporter: relatives believe more should be done to protect the more than 3,000 mek members living in iraq. amir says the best solution is allowing them to relocate. >> we want to make sure they're
in a country, either europe or the united states, that can ensure they get the proper prop supplies and can live a normal live. >> reporter: mek members say seven people were kidnapped. an allegation iraqi officials deny. they fear they'll be transferred to iran where they will be executed. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >> that's an important story. thanks to david lee for that. let's get to your headlines. does the military need to be brought in to deal with chicago's out of control violence. on thursday gunmen opened fire. they wounded 13 people including a 3-year-old boy. now illinois governor pat quinn says he is open to using state resources to curb the bloodshed. he says the national guard could be used to back up chicago police. a parent's worst nightmare comes true. a stranger abducts a young girl from their own home.
this whole thing caught on a neighbor's surveillance camera. you can see the suspect carrying the 5-year-old over his shoulder. police say the man broke into the first floor apartment and snatched the child right out of her own bed in the middle of the night. then he took her to a nearby park but somehow she got away and ran to get help. >> he may have gotten scared and allowed her to get away, like maybe had second thoughts. >> i'm really thankful that she is okay and hope that they will catch that guy. >> let's all remind our children today to run as fast as they can if they're ever confronted with a horrible situation like that. meanwhile, this next story sounds like a scene from a movie straight out of "the hangover." like when they put mike tyson's tiger in their car, remember this. >> [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> oh! >> [ bleep ]. >> oh, my god. okay.
okay. hold on. >> all right. well, in kuwait, a man apparently lured a run away lion into his car. he actually sat inside the vehicle with the big cat before it started getting a little agitated and that's when he decided to call police. the animal is believed to be a pet. it got loose. lions, may i remind you all, are illegal to keep. >> he was upset about the child locks. >> funny man, andy sandberg is officially off the market. what? why didn't somebody warn me about this? i love him. the sat night live alu"saturday alumn -- >> you're married. >> why didn't somebody remind me of that. he married joe joanna newsom. he's great. isn't he? >> very clever guy. >> he's dreamy.
>> oh, but it's just not meant to be, ali, is it? >> i guess not. wow. how dare me for getting married before him. weird. >> he gave her a box for a gift. >> really? >> with something special in it. >> something special in it. rick? >> i can't believe you did that. >> yes, you can. >> this is morning television. >> that's right. >> that's right. >> reporter: that's exactly why you did that. hey, so, ali, i got a picture sent in for you. you're going to love it. you're going to love t. take a look at it. >> oh, how dare you. >> reporter: there you go. >> that could be you. >> reporter: i feel bad putting a picture of snow up here. that's from yesterday. yesterday was the last day of summer. i'm realizing it's fall and we haven't put any fall pictures up yet. everybody, it's time. fall has to be happening someplace. i've been hearing reports of it across new england. send me your pictures if you're seeing fall-like pictures. if you're seeing winters. 36 degrees in squaw valley. today getting up to around 62. that snow will be gone pretty quickly. a little precursor of things to
come. twitter exploded yesterday because of all of the love for allyson after she ran her mudderella. twitter is going crazy. here's your forecast. 9:00 in the morning, pick your city. see what's going to happen as we go through time. clearing out behind this front and it will feel like fall very much all day long. down to the southeast, that's where we'll continue to see your showers, at least across parts of georgia and florida throughout the day today. the rest of it clearing out looking very nice. guys, send it back to you inside. >> all right, rick. thanks so much. >> thanks, rick. all right. let's talk about this. at a virginia school, i mean, i remember wearing any kind of t-shirt that i wanted when i went to high school. >> or none at all. >> or none at all. go shirtless sometimes. i didn't hear anything from school authorities. have we gotten so politically correct in schools now that even a shirt like this at a virginia school, a kid wears a "duck dynasty" t-shirt, he's a fan of the show, and this is a saying on the show. he says, i will hurt you
physically. or metaphysically. >> right. >> so clearly it's a joke. it's a line from the show if you watch the show, you recognize the line. humorlessness has so infested american education that the school couldn't tolerate it and forced the kid not to wear the shirt. here's a statement from david clark. he's the bin dwiddy high school. >> that's funny. >> if you're a "duck dynasty" fan, you understand the shirt's meaning. but if you haven't watched it, you may question the shirt implies violence. as a school, we'd like to keep stoo dents shirts as nonviolent as possible. that refers to metaviolence. >> all these schools have zero tolerance. they make these rules, no violent t-shirts. even when there's a joke, they have to stand by their zero
tolerance policy and common sense goes out the window. it is clear there is a joke. it says i will hurt you and that is technically violence. he had to take off his t-shirt. >> you described exactly what happened. of course we should remember a school's whole reason for being is to educate kids is to teach them. kids are being taught i think a really important lesson here which is that a lot of adults are totally inflexible, humorless, lacking common sense and robotically carrying out rules they don't even understand. >> what you're saying is a teachable moment. >> he why. >> the teachers, in fact, shouldn't have kicked the kid out. they should have used it in the classroom to explain how inflexible the rules are. >> by their actions they have. >> we should say, they did not kick the student out. it wasn't that he was expelled. they asked him to turn his t-shirt inside out. he didn't want to do that. he said, i'm not going to look stupid in front of all these young ladies in school. so then he had to go home --
>> good point. >> junior high school. he's in junior high school. meet your future senator from virginia. let us know what you think about it. when he turned it inside out it said, i will hurt me. coming up here on the show, the people's pope making waves with his most recent controversial comment saying the catholic church will suffer if it is not more accepting of gays. so what does this mean for the future of the catholic church? plus, she became an instant hit with her bus stop boogie, but she never expected what came next? this woman getting a chance to fulfill her dream. we'll meet her and her new employer coming up. ♪ ♪ [voice] hu-rry up, is cold in here. [jelly bear] relax. we're checking the manual. [jelly animal] whoa,this minivan is loaded! ailable forward collision warning,pandora compatibility,
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some quick headlines for you. is your favorite football team making you fat. a new study says fans tend to bing on fatty foods after their team loses. not shocking. but it also says fans of winning teams are more likely to eat healthy foods. researchers say after a win people are thinking more long term and have control when facing difficult choices, choices like french fries or salad. this arizona luxury home could give the bat cave a run for its money. the $30 million pad straddles a mountain top. heated pools, 6 bedrooms. 2,000 square foot entertainment hall. the plot alone costs $8 million. it's slated for construction by 2015. >> i did bing on chicken wings. pope francis making controversial comments regarding gays, abortion, marriage and a whole host of social issues. pope francis saying, quote, we
cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage, and the use of contraceptives. this is not possible. i have not spoken much about these things and i was reprimanded for that. the new film "francis, the pope from the new world." he joins us this morning to talk about it. andrew, nice to see you this morning. >> good to be here. >> controversial comments this week. bishops have already been calling for the pope to be more declarative on exactly where the church should stand on these issues, on abortion, contraception, gay marriage. what do you think the pope's comments did to, i don't know, make the bishops happy? did it infuriate them in some capacity? it seems like there was a bit of outrage here. >> i think people need to understand what the pope's actually saying and what he's saying is that the catholic church can't be reduced to one or two issues. one or two issues tend to dominate the coverage of the catholic church but the catholic church is about a lot more than just the one or two issues that
tend to get the focus of the cameras or the headlines. and i think that's a really important thing for people to understand. he gives a 13 page interview. >> right. >> all of the headlines deal with three paragraphs. >> of course, this is a big question though for the future of the catholic church. he was calling for balance it appeared in this interview, more balance in the catholic church, balancing these issues between tradition and modern day social issues that we're dealing with. does the church get hurt if it doesn't tackle some of these issues. >> well, i think it's very important that we take a look at what he's actually saying. what he's saying is that the church has to be embracing of everyone, has to be welcoming of everyone, has to be for giving of everyone. this is something that his predecessor said. it's interesting, he was asking the question, you haven't talked a lot about these issues. his predecessor was asking the same thing. you gave a whole speech, you didn't talk about these. the church is a positive option, it's not just a set of prohibitions.
when francis says it, stop the presses, this is new. in a way benedict also said this and francis was very pointed in his enciclycal about the importance of marriage. he gave a speech to catholic gynecologists speaking about the importance of the right to life. so it's not that he's running away from these issues in any way. >> right. >> he's simply putting them in the broader context. >> and he has been called the relatable pope. >> sure. >> you have done this big documentary on the pope. let's take a look at a clip and have you take a look. >> for me, he was very down to earth and normal. >> the fact is, he was always a person that liked to learn about reality by living it. you would always run into him in the neighborhood. he was never a desk please. >> the documentary is "francis, the pope from the new world." what did you learn? >> going down to argentina, talking to the people he worked with, the people he grew up with you come to understand that he's
really very hands on and that he's a person who's going to speak his mind regardless of how that may be interpreted. he says this in his book as well, but something you get from the people that he lived with and worked with is that he's not afraid to speak what the catholic church teaches and he's not afraid to live it out. >> right. >> in a way i think it reminds me to a certain degree of st. francis or mother theresa, the very hands on aspect of the charity of the church and something that definitely resonates with me and the organization i represent, the knights of columbus, that is so involved with charity on a daily basis. it's really nice to see this hands-on element and this welcoming pastoral approach. we appreciate you joining us. check out the documentary. it's called "francis, the pope from the new world." >> thank you. >> she's gone from the bus stop boogie to the theater. this popular youtube video. millions of times it's been viewed. the woman will tell us how this video landed her the gig of a lifetime.
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♪ ♪ ♪ the bus stop boogie went viral after being posted by an onlooker. little did the dancing queen know that it would lead to a casting in a theater production. >> we're not surprised. joining us now is ellie cole herself. lynn harris, she's director and writer of "amen." thank you for joining us. good morning. you're in london, i believe. >> good morning. >> so, ellie, are you amazed by what has happened to your life since you were spied boogying
alone at a bus stop? >> definitely. oh, definitely. it's been a whirlwind to say the least. >> so this video then of course went viral, ellie. were you surprised that someone was shooting this video and posted it on youtube? how did you even learn about it? >> a friend of mine rang me while i was at work and told me that i was on a video on facebook. and i said, pardon, what are you on about? and she said, check out my sister's facebook page, there's a video of you dancing at bus stop. so it was very unusual to say the least. >> now, lynn, we, of course, can appreciate her rocking out there. i like the moves. i like the moves, particularly in public. i think that's bold. what did you see in this video that made you want to cast ellie in a theater production? >> well, somebody pointed the video out to me and said, oh, you have to look at this. she's just so like you because that's exactly the sort of thing
that i would do, dancing around when there's music embarrassing people. so i watched the video twice, and the second time noticed that ellie was in eastly and i was putting on the show in eastly. i thought, i like to involve local people. i thought, well, why not track ellie down and ask her if she'd like to come along and dance on stage instead of at a bus stop. >> that is so nice. ellie, i've wondered this since i first saw the video. what song is it that's playing on your ipod or in your head that you're dancing to in that video? >> it's alicia dickson, "knockdown." >> were you listening to it on an ipod? >> yeah. i had my headphones in. >> it was hard to see. i thought maybe it was just a song in your head you're rocking out to. >> sounds great. the production is "amen" and we will look forward to your second act. ladies, thanks so much for being with us. great to see you. >> you're welcome.
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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, september 22nd. i'm alice sin cam mer rot at that. al qaeda has opened fire killing 59 people. among those injured are americans. the mall is still under siege. we have a live report with all the breaking details for you. the president comes out swinging raising the rhetoric to a fevered pitch against his opponents in congress. listen. >> let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far.
we will not negotiate. >> overcome far daerker threats than those. ever heard a clearer dog whistle? we'll tell you. >> plus, does your relationship with your in-laws look something like this? >> did we have pot roast for dinner tonight? >> yes. >> was it undercooked? >> no, it was rare. it was a little rare for my taste. >> that love relationship may not be your fault. you can blame science for your in-laws. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. we do begin with a fox news alert for you because at this hour terrorists are in a standoff with special forces in kenya, nairobi to be exact, after killing dozens in an
upscale mall there. 59 people have been killed. nearly 200 people are injured and several hostages as we understand it are still being held at this hour. >> connor pao is live in jerusalem. we understand shots recently fired. >> reporter: it's a confusing situation there. 24 hours in fighting is still ongoing in the shopping mall. police and soldiers don't have a full grasp of the situation there. there are loud bursts of gunfire being heard throughout the morning. police have been reinforced by kenyan soldiers. they have a large part of the mall secure. there are other parts unsecured. many people are unaccounted for. authorities believe that there are still gunmen running around the mall either in the basement or upper floors. there could be 10, there could be 20. the authorities there simply really don't know. they are saying that there is an unknown number of hostages being held by those gunmen. >> we believe that there are still some people in the
building. we believe there are some people in the building and that is why we say that the situation is very delicate. we are doing everything reason bli possible to make sure that the hostages who are still in the building come out safely. >> more than 1,000 people have been rescued or escaped the building in the last 24 hours, including some that have just sort of fled the building in the past several hours or so. it is still a very ongoing situation there. they're talking about it being fluid and changing. a lot of questions about who's been injured, who's been killed. we're still getting some trickles of information from the u.s. secretary of state and also from authorities in kenya right now. right now the death toll stands at 59. but considering that al shabab gunmen are believed to be holding the hostages there are refusing to negotiate, tucker, alisyn, we feel that that number could go much higher. >> thanks so much for that update and all of the breaking news. we'll check back in with you. let's talk about who is al
shabab. it may not be a name that you're that familiar with. they are affiliated with al qaeda. they have joined forces with al qaeda. they've come to the fore. they've been labeled a terrorist group. they formed as we say here in 2006 officially and they came to the fore when they took over most of southern somalia. >> right. they became a u.s. designated foreign terrorist group in 2008. there's between 7 and 9,000 fighters, and they took to twitter almost immediately and laid claim for this attack. they say it's pay back for kenya's involvement in somalia. they had hoped, as we were talking with ryan morrow earlier on the show, al shabab had hoped or al qaeda in that area had hoped that somalia would be a home base of operations completely controlled by al qaeda. you have other african fighters who came in and stopped that. >> they're one of many groups who have emerged from somalia. they have not had a working government since 1992. blackhawk down and that very
bitter experience. somalia has been a launching ground for a lot of lunatic fring groups and islamist groups. >> make no mistake, this is an attack on the west. when you go into an upscale mall and you designate and look for people who are not muslim and you're asking them questions and pull a gun on them and shoot them when they cannot answer a mutt limb-related question in an upscale mall in nairobi, this is an attack on the west. when you hear from the administration that al qaeda is on the run, that it's incapacitated. they've been planning this attack. they said in 2011 they were going to carry this out. they plotted it for two years. >> many counter terrorism experts have objected to the president saying that al qaeda was on the run because they might just be calling themselves a different name. they might be affiliated with a different group like al shabab. let's hear what is being said
about this last night. >> al shabab and jihad is part of al qaeda. they have been threatening the kennian forces and the president not to send forces and the peace corps that are trying to standardize somalia. this is evidence that al qaeda organizes itself internationally. it's not just a local problem with the mall or an ethnic group. if we do not counter the ideology, it will create extremism. it will create things that we've heard, that the christians let the muslims go out. that we attack the christians. let the shia go out, let the sunnis stay. the whole issue is about radicalization. one of the problems we have in washington is we have ignored the fact that there is an ideology. this is what happens when you ignore the ideology producing that kind of extremism. >> are we ignoring the ideology? aren't there all sorts of programs trying to build schools for children in afghanistan to
let girls go to school so that people can understand what the world is more like? >> absolutely. >> what the west is like? of course you have to tackle the ideology. >> and none of it works because i think you're absolutely right, there is billions, billions being spent by us to improve the life for people in the middle east and south asia. the idea is that they will love us once they see how progressive we are. the truth is this is a religious work. it's hard for the western mind to understand. we don't have religious wars, we don't think that way. it may be that the average person in somalia doesn't want gifrls to go to school. it's antithetical to our values. it has proven that you can kill the leaders. >> even saudi arabia tried to tackle this in their own country. the radical schools, even the saudi arabian government couldn't tackle radical islam. >> talk about pay backs since they've been paying for radical schools for mastians and for all
kinds of indoctrination around the world. they've been paying for this for a long time. >> you can weigh in and let us know your thoughts. meanwhile, let's get to your headlines. there's new video in of a deadly attack on a church in pakistan. more than 50 people were killed and another 100 hurt when a bomber attacked the church at the end of today's service. this happened while worshippers were lining up on the front lawn for a free meal. most of those killed were christians. >> new overnight, iran's president said he's ready for nuclear talks with the u.s. assad rouhani is going to attend the u.n. general assembly this week. the two talking, well, it's really a moot point. >> understand rouhani does not control their nuclear program. he doesn't have that portfolio. the supreme leader has that
portfolio. rouhani is the smiling face on the regime. president obama and rouhani do get together for talks, it would be the first exchange between the u.s. and iran in more than 30 years. later today a memorial service will be held for the 12 victims. the president and first lady will be there meeting with families before the service. this will be held at the marine barracks not far from where the gunman opened fire. the service is closed to the public but the navy has invited 4,000 people to attend. those are your headlines this hour. >> it's like an after dinner mint here to sweep it all. >> i don't know. it came to me. metaphors from fast and furious. >> good, allison. i like that fall graphic. do you see that? the fall leaves. it was very nice. feels like it across the great lakes. this picture describes what's going to go on. parts of the great lakes are going to be below your average temperatures and go into the
high plains, rapid city, north platte, down towards dodge city. your temps will be above average. 20 degrees above average. we had all of that flooding last week. all of that water has moved into the north platte river in nebraska. we're seeing almost record-breaking crests across the area. the weather is at least dry now. this is the cold front that really has cooled everything down and it's dried everything out behind it. little bit of rain this morning in boston up towards new hampshire and maine. down across parts of florida, at least north florida, central to north florida and southern georgia, south carolina today you'll see spotty showers on and off. as you head to the beach, won't be all bad. from time to time you'll see a scattered showers or two. this is a storm that brought rain yesterday into central california. san francisco saw a daily record rainfall yesterday. over 1/3 of an inch. we'll see rain and snow moving a cross parts of the four corners today. we'll send it back to you. thanks so much, rick. teenagers in the great state of new mexico now have an
alternative to their parents when it comes to wanting to learn about sex. they don't have to ask mom and dad about the birds and the bees. >> of course not. >> they can go to the smartphone and text the state government. >> their real parents. >> exactly right. >> it's a new app. it's called there brdsnbz. anyone can send a question and this app will respond in a timely fashion. >> 100% because, you know, moms and dads come and go, but government is forever. >> stop it. >> so when you want an answer to a real question, you don't have to deal with your bir parents that might be uptight, stupid, you can go right to the government. >> tucker, hold on. hold on. tucker, as you know, many teenagers do not go to their parents to ask questions. >> i'm sure not. >> if it could get me off the hook from having to explain it, giddy up. >> most parents don't want to have to tell their kids about the birds and bees. >> when my son wants to know about this, i'm going to say, do you have an app? >> if he watsz until he's 13, he
may be a little behind the curve. >> when he turns 4. >> get on it. >> get right on that app. new jersey government where i live, chris christie, just text chris christie, he'll give you -- >> he'll answer it. >> is it technique? >> i'm not sure. >> this whole thing is grow tess being. >> you can ask. >> i'm hardly against sex, i have four kids, i just -- i don't think it's the government's place. i don't want the government giving sex advice to my kids. i don't want them giving advice about which religion you want to follow. personal stuff is saved for the family. >> we have public -- >> i'm hardly some ee stran gel call whacko but that's what's going on. >> we have public education. i agree, government answering -- here's how it works, by the way, so you may have some more context here. they'll respond within 24 hours. a sex expert will write back. >> i sent them a message today, this morning. hour and a half ago. i sent a question. can you get pregnant from a toilet seat and just now they sent back, thank you for your
question. no, you cannot. that took an hour and a half on a sunday morning. >> breathe easy. >> how great is that, on a sunday morning. >> service with a smile. >> an hour and a half. >> really. i wish they would pick up the trash. >> they do sometimes pick up the trash. >> fix a pothole. let us know what you think about this, friends and fox news.com. ali will be asking all sorts of questions to the service. don't send me your questions, send it to the app. coming up, the president comes out swinging raising the rhetoric against republicans to a fever pitch. did his remarks go way too far? we'll play them for you coming up. then, one college telling their students to lock up their cell phones for an entire semester. >> how are they going to get sex advice? >> is that a lesson or a punishment. we report. you decide. ♪ ♪
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you'd be willing to shut down the government and potentially default for the first time in united states history because it bothers you so much that we're actually going to make sure that everybody has affordable health care? let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far. we've overcome far darker threats than those. >> what a demagogue. that was president obama laying down a hard line on the debt ceiling debate in a speech to the congressional black caucus. the best way to avert a government shutdown. joining us is katie pavlich. i'm shocked by that. i'm not an obama voter, but i always give the president the
benefit of the doubt. i try to anyway. he's saying, a, that republicans are against this because they just don't want to give people health care. they have some irrational aversion to health and, b, to the congressional black caucus that we've overcome far darker threats than these. if that's not a dog whistle, i don't know what the term means. >> exactly. you combine this with his comments last week about extorsion and you really can't go anywhere from there. what kind of debate is it when you're simply accusing republicans of extorsion saying people don't want you to have health care. when president obama says he wants to give affordable health care to everyone, obama care is not the way to do that. we know that. when it comes to negotiating with congress and the people that he's berating here and using this language against, president obama seems to be fine with negotiating with people like iran and president putin but he doesn't seem interested in negotiating with people like john boehner despite the american people saying by a 44-22 margin according to a wall
street journal poll last week, this that they don't want the debt ceiling raised. >> that rhetoric is so outrageous and so over the top and for a guy who's smart and understands language, i think the president cares about language, to use words like that really tells you how desperate they are. let me ask you though in fairness, the president's refuse being ing to negotiate with john boehner. are they really fractured? >> the republican party is fractured because they're afraid of the fallout of what would happen should we not increase the debt ceiling, but you look at 9 polling as i just mentioned and the american people don't want more debt. and when it comes to president obama repeatedly blaming republicans and somehow telling them that they're not willing to help people with health care or that they're extorting the american people for not raising the debt ceiling or that kind of language, let's go back to 2006 when president obama himself said an increase in the debt ceiling was a failure of
leadership. >> right. >> so the american people and the republicans are simply holding barack obama to his own standard and now all of a sudden he can't handle it and he's using this incendiary rhetoric back towards the republicans when really they're simply asking for a move that he actually voted for in 2006. >> they just want people to be sick. they're not for health. katie pavlich, thanks for joining us, appreciate it. >> thank you. >> imagine your child coming home with this slip, a slip for corporal punishment. would you sign it? plus, they scored album of the year at the grammys. why is mumford and sons happening it up? sad news for fans coming up. ♪ and i will wait, i will wait for you ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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kids are done playing. ali. thanks. some parents of students in lees elementary school in alabama were in for a shock when some children came in with a consent form to issue corporal punishment. failure to return the form would be authorization, permission. corporal punishment is legal in 19 states. is it a fair way for schools to discipline students. here is blogger of mean moms rule, denise shipani. senior policy research center, peter. peter, would you sign a permission slip allowing teachers to issue corporal punishment to your child? >> i personally might not but that's because i would want the school to notify me of the disciplinary infraction. i might discipline corporal
punishment at home in response to that. i understand there are some parents who see this as a legitimate form of punishment and are perfectly happy to delegate their authority and right to use disciplinary spanking to the school as a way of supporting the methods of discipline that they use at home. >> denise, in places where corporal punishment is outlawed, in those states it's surprising for those of us who live there to hear that in 19 states it's still legal and it's still happening in public schools. >> yes. >> this was a public elementary school. you are a mommy blogger. do you think that there are some cases, obviously there are some kids who are very disruptive, do you think there are some cases where teachers should be hitting kids? >> no, i don't. in fact, i think it's never right to hit a child whether it's at home, definitely not in school. these kids are looking to their teachers as role models, as people they should be looking up to, and i feel as though teachers have so many weapons in their arsenal to keep control of the classroom that resorting to
physical violence just seems like a bad message to send. >> peter, we talk all the time about how it's sort of irresponsible for parents to outsource so much parenting to schools, to the state government. so why outsource this kind of discipline? >> i don't see this as outsourcing discipline. this is allowing the school during the hours when the school has authority over your child to exercise discipline over the child. when the child is home they're under your authority and you have the power to decide the discipline. i think that ultimately the decision should be up to the parents, but because there was a form sent home allowing the parents to make that choice, i don't see that the school did anything wrong here. >> now the -- again, as we said in the intro, the form did -- it was implied that if you do not send the form back, then you give your tacit permission, denise. i mean, again, this speaks to some parents d some things are
sometimes lost in the backpack. >> yes. >> you know, sometimes you don't see all of those forms. >> right. right. that's the first thought i had, that my kids come home with piles of papers and there might be things that i don't see. and i also feel as though if there's a problem with my child in school, i'd rather the teacher come in and talk to me or have me come in and talk to them. i just -- again, i just think hitting a child is just never, ever the right way to handle things. >> peter, does it change your opinion that this is okay to learn of the study that came out last year, a fairly comprehensive study from "the american journal of pediatrics" that found there was a link between corporal punishment and mental disorders in kids, that it increased anxiety and depression in children? >> the problem with studies like that that address, quote, unquote, corporal punishment, is that they lump together ordinary disciplinary spanking with beating, whipping, and other more abusive forms of corporal punishment. studies which actually separate out ordinary disciplinary
spanking as most parents practice it do not show that there are negative effects. >> peter sprigg, denise shipani, thanks for the debate. i would love to hear what the viewers have to say on this. you can find me on twitter @alisyncamerota. meanwhile, one college is asking students to lock up their cell phones. plus, does your relationship with your in-laws look something like this? >> don't you tell me what to do. >> you just poked me. >> don't you touch me you two-bit tramp. >> oh. >> well, that type of relationship might not be your fault. maybe we can blame science. we'll explain. [ male announcer ] house rule number 33. coffee should come in one size: mug. stay grounded with the rich, bold taste
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flame. everyone went, oh. >> did it work? >> it put it out. >> he's got a career in the circus. >> he's going to be sword swallowing. flames. >> fantastic, a fire eater. >> i didn't know how it was going to end. i thought it was going to end with a trip to the emergency room. >> my palms were sweating. >> this is an issue for many people. do you have a tough relationship with your in-laws, with your husband or wife's parents. do they not like new do you not like them? pretty common. it turns out the roots of this problem may be in science. >> is it something like this? >> don't you tell me what to do. >> you did not just poke me. >> don't you touch me, you two-bit tramp. >> oh! >> oh, my god. i'm so sorry. i didn't mean to. >> huh. if it gets that bad. >> researchers at university of bristol in england say there is an evolutionary reason that you
have tension with your in-laws. it is that parents are focused on finding the best provider for their offspring. >> right, genetically. >> so they don't have to pay or house that person. >> but they kind of make the point in this study that it's almost a little whacky, like that they're abnormally concerned with it, even more so than the people getting married. so your son or daughter gets married. the in-laws, the parents step in saying, you're marrying a handyman? i don't know. we maybe prefer you mary that wealthy banker because you need more money. we need to do something about this. they get a little testy about it. >> right. because daughters are generally interested in marrying for attraction. >> yeah. >> physical attraction. charisma. >> there are other concerns. you're genetically programmed. this is your destiny. a lot of people feel like if my children marry decent people, i'm ready to die. >> that's the point. >> parents want very different things from what kids want. in the case of daughters,
parents are looking for a son-in-law from a certain social class frrks a certain family background and of course with the ability to provide. >> right. and it gets complicated because we daughters are interested more in a sense of humor and physical attractiveness. so therein lies the rub that parents want something different. if you go for the sense of humor, attractiveness. as you know, i married for looks. >> as did my wife. >> it worked out and my mother loves my husband so it has worked out. what women want is not what their parents want. >> funny and handsome -- you can still be a loser. so the question is will you be a good provider? i don't think that's a crazy question. i don't think it's a medieval question. it's a modern question. you married tim. he's unemployed. >> he happens to be a good provider, but there were occasionally boyfriends where i was more interested in their looks or guitar playing than in
their bank account. it is fair to say. >> but you made the right choice in the end. >> i did. >> let us know, are your in-laws like that. do they lord over you and demand and want more? e-mail us. meanwhile, the national guard might be brought out to deal with chicago's out of control violence. on thursday night gunmen opened fire in a city park wounding 13 people and a 3-year-old boy. now illinois governor pat quinn says he is open to using state resources to curb the bloodshed. he said the national guard could be used to back up chicago police. and a parent's worst nightmare. a stranger abducts a young girl from her own bed. this whole thing was caught on a neighbor's surveillance camera. you can see the suspect carrying the 5-year-old over his shoulder. police say the man broke in through the window of the first floor apartment and snatched the child. he then took her to a nearby park but somehow we are happy to report she got away and she ran for help.
>> he may have gotten scared and allowed her to get away, like maybe had second thoughts. >> really thankful that she is okay and, you know, hope that they will catch that guy. >> well, that suspect is still on the run. no cell phone for an entire semester? clayton, you could never handle this. >> no way. >> students at a small catholic school in wyoming are being forced to give up their cell phones. for the past seven years running administrators at wyoming catholic college have gathered up cell phones and locked them in a box. students can only access them in case of an emergency. the college says this helps grow the mind, body and spirit. >> it's wyoming. they don't have cell service anyway. >> that's a good point. >> i'm kidding. this will affect those of you. it's a bummer for
idea when they are starting up again. they look forward to no commitment and pressure. >> that's what in-laws and parents don't like. >> you're not going to work. >> i think parents might like mumford and sons. for all of the terrible music being produced, completely false and designed by producers in hollywood. this is real music. >> you're right. that's one of the few albums i bought this year. they won album of the year. let's check in with rick who is outside. >> that's two weeks in a row. >> my oldest daughter likes them so i'm being dragged reluctantly into the century. >> very good. hipsters will be bummed
everywhere that brooklynites -- >> wrecked. >> no, not because of that. because they're taking a break. >> they know it is over. >> i spoiled it. >> that probably, too, also. let's be honest. let's take a look at your weather maps. there was a big typhoon, super typhoon, which we call a hurricane, they're called typhoons across the west pacific. it was very close to making a direct hit on hong kong which would have been the first time in 34 years that they would have seen this strong of a storm. it's equivalent to cat 2. it made landfall an hour ago. good news for hong kong. bad news for people farther off to the east. that storm will quickly begin to wind down. back here across the u.s., a beautiful fall-like day across areas of the northeast behind the front. rain showers still across new england. back behind that we'll see plenty of sunshine and temps feeling much more like fall
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time for some quick headlines. a drunk pilot was arrested in the cockpit of his plane right before he was scheduled to take off from a british airport. people at the airport noticed the pakistan international pilot stumbling to the plane and reported him. he was 4 1/2 times over the legal blood limit. the flight was canceled and all 177 people were rescheduled. a time capsule buried by steve jobs was filled with a new apple mouse and a six-pack of beer. it was found by a crew for the national geographic reality show
diggers. the capsule was not easy to get out. it took them two hours to dig it up using heavy machinery. >> weird. >> fascinating. >> there was like a chicken pot pie in there, too. thanks, ali. fewer than 100 days before full implementation of obama care. for many small businesses, that means a lot of changes are on the way. barry sloane is the ceo of new tech business services and what it means for small businesses and what they need to know. nice to see you this morning, barry. >> great to be here. >> i hope you can say it better than i did. what in the world is an exchange? we've been talking about these exchanges? these are what small businesses are faced with. what is an exchange and how do you place coverage? >> it's an online insurance area some of the public exchanges are set up by state government and some are set up by the federal government. florida and texas have opted out
of the aca with respect to getting the medicaid benefit. those people in those states if they want to go to exchange have to go to a federally set up exchange. these exchanges are places for individuals and business owners to go purchase or acquire insurance for their employees or individuals. >> so how should if i'm a small business owner go about getting insurance coverage for my employees and for myself starting at 100 days? right. >> 2014. countdown is now. we're a licensed insurance agent in all 50 states. we would strongly suggest that you use a broker because these exchanges are extremely difficult to navigate. matter of fact, they kick off on october 1 in many states but we don't really think they'ring there gob 100% functional. >> how are they difficult? >> extremely complicated. the purchase of insurance is not like buying an apple for $1, $1.05. there's the cost of it, the type of product and then you have to look at the quality of thenetwo.
maybe the network is overtaxed. you call up dr. a or b and you find out you can't get an appointment for two months, three months, four months. they're not easy to navigate. >> what about taxes? >> one of the issues of the affordable health care act is it's now taken a complicated purchase of health insurance and it's combined it with the tax return because individuals and business owners can get tax subsidies which are supposed to offset the increase of premiums. this is how this was set up. so it is extremely complicated. not all the rules are written from the irs in terms of how you get the particular subsidies. >> can we look at walgreens example? is that something small businesses should consider which is that they've gotten subsidies or gave subsidies to their employees to allow them to go out and get their own health care insurance coverage? >> we seem to think that this
walgreens transaction is going to be a model, meaning that business owners, whether they're small, medium size, independent business owners or large ones, are going to take advantage of punting this issue to their employees, giving them a cash subsidy amount and say, you now deal with it. >> yeah. >> it's more than a purchase. it's the administration of it. individuals are really going to be taxed not necessarily financially, but administratively in managing their own health insurance even if they're employed by a company that used to provide it. >> we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> still complicated up here. thanks, barry. coming up, ever wondered if heaven is real? this woman knows. she says it is. she's been there. she's back from the brink of death and show's going to share her amazing experience with us. and can you really trust those sell by dates on your groceries? turns out you may be throwing away lots of good food. ♪ ♪
is there something in your fridge that's expiring soon? of course there is. look around. but don't throw it out just yet. >> a recent study found that 91% of americans throw out perfectly good food prematurely because of misleading expiration dates. how do you know what's good and what's good to toss? well, we're joined now by senior scientist from "consumer reports", michael hansen. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> does sell by mean throw it out? >> no, not at all. sell by dates actually is just for the store itself, when they should be rotating that food and no longer selling it. it's still safe for the consumer
to take home and -- like milk. this says sell by monday, september 23rd. well, that milk, you can take it home and you can consume it for the rest of the week because it will still be good, but people think that sell by means it's bad after that date and a lot of food gets wasted that day. >> people toss it immediately. what a great marketing device for food manufacturers. if you want to sell more milk, get people to throw out more milk. >> right. and that's why there is no -- some of these sell by dates, they can differ. some people -- some companies might put that date seven days from now. some might put it ten days. so there's no standardization. some of these things are fine because they'll say quality best if used by, but any of these use by dates or sell by dates, they have nothing to do with food safety. >> so if you're the consumer and you see a sandwich or milk that says use by or sell by a certain date, how do you know if it's safe to eat? >> well, it will be safe assume
that go there hasn't been temperature abuse. assuming that the milk hasn't sat out at, you know, 70 degrees. so for milk and those things, if you're concerned. try to look for a pack on date. >> does that have that? >> this one doesn't but, for example, this sandwich says that it was packed on the 19th and it can be sold until monday, till the 23rd. now you can still eat it after that, but if you're buying this in the store, you probably want one that's packed on the same day. >> you wouldn't want to eat it because it's a sandwich in plastic. you wouldn't want to eat that. >> what about sniffing food? >> sniffing food is fine if you can actually smell it and it isn't all wrapped up. >> like milk. i'm wondering is the milk -- i shake it, no chunks, doesn't smell bad. >> then it's fine. >> now, okay. does yogurt -- do the same rules apply to yogurt? yogurt is already curdled? >> no, yogurt is actually fine for much longer than the use by
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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, september 22nd. i'm alisyn camerota. under siege extremists linked to al qaeda have opened fire killing at least 59 people at a mall in kenya. among those injured are americans. at this hour the hostage situation there is still ongoing. we have a live report straight ahead for you. the president comes out swinging raising the rhetoric against republicans to remarkable heights. >> let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far. we've overcome far darker threats than those. we will not negotiate. >> whoa. did those remarks go too far? we'll discuss it. it cut jobs and closed visitor centers all because of the sequester. somehow the national park service managed to fund some videos promoting women's rights. is that a good use of cash?
we report. you decide. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. now we begin this hour with a fox news alert. at this hour terrorists are engaged in a gun battle with special forces in kenya, nairobi to be exact, after killing dozens of people at an upscale mall there. 59 people are dead at this point. >> we're live in jerusalem this morning. good morning, connor. >> reporter: good morning. the worst of the fighting seems to be over. 24 hours into this there is still fighting going on. there are reports of loud explosions and gunfire erupting from inside the mall and from that area. witnesses say al shabab gunmen stormed an upscale shopping market and mall around noon local time yesterday carrying
ak-47s and throwing hand grenades. they were targeting nonmuslims and westerners. as of now police and kenyan soldiers have much of the mall secure. parts of the mall are unsecure. they believe there are 10 or 20 al shabab gunmen still inside the mall or hiding in a basement area and that there are an unknown number of hostages being held right now. >> we believe that there are still some people in the building. we believe there are some people in the building and that is why we say the situation is very delicate. we are doing everything reasonably possible to make sure the hostages who are still in the building come out safely. >> now more than 1,000 people have either escaped from the building or come out safely being rescued earlier in the day, even just a few hours ago. there are reports that hostages or people stuck inside the building facility had actually
escaped early this morning. right now the death toll is at 95 but we expect that number could actually go higher because al shabab, the gunmen are refusing to negotiate. this is a particularly violent and sort of nasty organization that is based in somalia and they have really confirmed their reputation as a violent organization, guys. >> connor, can you just clarify for us what the death toll is? we're getting conflicting numbers. what number are you using? >> we're hearing 59 but that's the last we heard from kenyan authorities. that number is likely to increase. we're hearing lots of different numbers. this is still a very fluid number. i think the kennian authorities are still trying to figure out who's been killed inside the mall. they're still pulling bodies out. >> do we know if there are hostages at this stage? >> yeah. we're hearing anywhere from sort of 10 to 30 or so hostages but, again, it doesn't sound like al shabab gunmen are communicating with kenyan authorities. we are hearing there are a lot
of hostages and they include at least women, we don't know about children. there was a large event that was going on yesterday that included children yesterday. it's very possible that you're talking about men, women, and children in there right now. a lot of conflicting reports. not a lot of good information coming from inside the mall right now, guys. >> it's a shocking story. thanks a lot for the latest. >> thanks, connor. al shabab is saying, they laid claim to this on twitter, saying we are responsible for this, that they say they've killed upwards of 100 people. they have been known in the past to inflate and exaggerate their numbers to drum up more outrage about it, but we still don't know whether or not that number is going too reach 100. we sure hope not. let's talk about who al shabab is, what we know about this terrorist group. they are a clan-based militant group. they are al qaeda linked proudly. they formed in or around 2006. somalia is their main operating base. >> somalia being really the
world definition of failed state, a country without an operating government for over 20 years. you'll remember in 1992 the famous blackhawk down incident in mow gu deshu. there has been no one in charge in mow gu did i shu. >> they say with their estimated 7 to 9,000 fighters, they have been fighting certainly the kennian government. they say -- this was a response to kenya's involvement in somalia just a few years ago. 2011 they said they were going to wage a large scale attack in response to this. >> they're believed to have trained in afghanistan alongside al qaeda terrorists. we had ryan morrow, a terrorist expert on our program earlier and he helped give us some more context. >> al qaeda, al shabab, was going to take over somalia, make it the first country in history directly run by al qaeda but
then the african forces went in, including from kenya, and stopped that from happening. and so they're very upset at that. but their focus isn't just on somalia. they want to basically turn it into what afghanistan was before 9/11, create base for themselves, and then start attacking the west. >> great points that ryan is making. and to your point, tucker, about somalia as a base of operations where al qaeda could have taken hold. the kenyan government has taken response. >> somalia has been an open wound in east africa for all of these years. it's been a home base for pirates who have disrupted shipping off the east coast of africa. it shouldn't surprise any of us that a place like that would be a perfect breeding ground for a group like al shabab and other lunatic groups with anti-western aims. >> read mark baudin's book. >> fantastic book. back home, president obama took the opportunity last night to really unload on republicans. this is at an awards dinner for
the congressional black congress. congress getting ready to continue its battle over obama care and funding the government. peter doocy is thank heaven in washington to explain what exactly is going on in our capitol city. peter? >> reporter: tucker, again this week republicans in the house voted to fund everything past october 1st except obama care. the president said last night in a lively speech at the congressional black caucus dinner, there's no way he's going to let that happen. he blamed republicans for most of the problems in washington on all the delays and deadlines that are already always missed by saying it is time for them to stop, quote, governing by crisis. >> you'd be willing to shut down the government and potentially default for the first time in united states history because it bothers you so much that we're actually going to make sure that
everybody has affordable health care. let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we've come too far. we've overcome far darker threats than those. we will not negotiate over whether or not america should keep its word and meet its obligations. >> but some of the most enthusiastic supporters of defunding obama care on the right, like republican senator rand paul, are saying now the entire effort to defund obama care is more about leverage at this point. senator paul said this weekend, quote, i'm acknowledging, we can't probably defeat or get rid of obama care, but by starting with our position of not funding it maybe we can get to a position where we make it less bad. so the government is going to shut down if congress can't come together and agree on a spending bill to fund the government by the end of next monday, september 30th, but there are new reports that suggest that even if the government does shut
down obama care's state exchanges will state have money. they will still be able to operate as designed. back to you in new york. >> all right. thanks so much for that update from washington. we'll all be waiting on pins and needles as we approach october 1st. meanwhile, let's get to your headlines because we have another fox news alert for you. while you were sleeping there was a deadly attack on a church in pakistan. more than 50 people killed and another 100 hurt when a bomber attacked the church at the end of today's service. this happened while worshippers were lining up on the front lawn for a free meal. most of those killed were christians. later today a memorial service to be held for the 12 victims of monday's navy yard shooting. the president and first lady will be there meeting with family and friends. the service is closed to the public but the navy has reportedly invited 4,000 people to attend. several main roads reopening and allowing residents to
finally return home in the bolder, colorado, area. more than a week after heavy rains caused massive flooding. for many the happy homecoming is short lived once they see the destruction that was left behind. >> seeing the house going under water is pretty devastating. you can see the port-a-potty. that's not ours. >> fema has already distributed more than $12 million in aid with most going to housing needs like temporary rentals and repairs. an emotional reunion in pennsylvania as national guard members return to their families. many say what they're looking forward to most are just simple things. >> i know it's probably weird to say this, but just being able to make my own decisions for a couple weeks. i'm just glad to have him back. >> these folks were deployed to afghanistan for almost a year. those are your headlines. let's get it over to rick for a look at our first fall day forecast. love it. >> oh. >> what was that, oh?
>> that was just a grunt. >> excitement. >> he's hungry. >> beginning of a new season. >> happens today at 4:00. that's eight more hours. >> i am wanting to hang on to summer. >> you can go to the summer hemisphere. right on cue across parts of the northeast, take a look at your temperatures. a cold front moving through overnight. it will drop our temperatures especially tonight and tomorrow. get ready. almost everybody across the eastern seaboard looking at temps into the 60s, maybe into the 70s. this is the front that moved through. you can see the rain showers now just about to exit boston, portland, maine, but down here across parts of the south this is where it will linger. the front stalls out and we'll see scattered showers from time to time across central florida and into north florida and coastal areas of the carolinas and over towards new orleans from time to time. out over parts of the west, a new storm pulling in. we're talking about snow. we had snow across donor pass heading towards lake tahoe. it's in utah and colorado.
get ready for winter weather unfortunately there. temperature wise, the high plains not wanting to let go of summer at all. temps 90 degrees in rapid city. >> wow. >> yeah. >> you were all busted when i turned around. >> i heard you, 90 degrees in rapid city. >> i heard that. i was looking up rapid city. i was thinking the poor people of rapid city. you would think that fall would offer a respite from the record-breaking temperatures in rapid city. >> you're the best. >> i wasn't paying attention at aisle. i'm not going to lie. a college bans students from handing out copies of the constitution on constitution day. >> you have to go through the rigmarole and rules and regulations. >> why are there rules and regulations placed on free speech? >> we will hear from that student straight ahead. and the showdown over a possible government shutdown is heating up. what does it mean for you? chris wallace joins us next. ♪ ♪ mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004.
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so you can. president obama refuses to negotiate, will the two make a deal to avert the shutdown. here to weigh in is chris wallace host of "fox news sunday." chris, as you know, the president spoke to the congressional black caucus and here's part of what he said. >> let me say as clearly as i can, it is not going to happen. we have come too far. we've overcome far darker threats than those. we will not negotiate. >> we've overcome far darker threats than those he tells a congressional black caucus. that is a dog whistle. that is the race card being played. can you see any other
explanation for it? >> oh, i don't know. i think to get to the real point though, they are not going to compromise. >> isn't it news if the president says to the congressional black caucus, we have overcome far bigger threats? that's taking rhetoric to a bigger place, is it not? >> i don't know, tucker. do you want me to talk about the health care? >> yeah, if you would. >> obama care? >> that would be great. >> okay. what i was going to say is that i don't think that there is going to be a compromise on this and i don't think that republicans think that's going to be a compromise on this. in fact, we're going to be talking to ted cruz at the top of the hour and i suspect that a lot of republicans -- well, i know this -- are upset with cruz because they feel that he has pushed them into this. what bob corker, the senator from tennessee calls a box canyon. which means there's a way in, there's no way out, where they have linked funding the government to defunding obama care and my guess is that
they're going to have to back down on this and they're not very happy with senator cruz. therein lies the problem with the party. senator mccain has called this an exercise in futility and senator rand paul has said we probably can't get rid of obama care. so senator cruz is the one who's reading from a different script. >> well, that's right. and it's going to be fascinating to talk to him at the top of the hour. i have to tell you, this has been a remarkable event this week because i have gotten unsolicited questions and research, not from democrats but from top republicans here in washington who are upset with cruz. their feeling is -- look, he kind of forced the house and john boehner, who didn't want to go down this road, into this. they wanted to have, yeah, we'll defund "bomb ma care but it would be a measure that could be taken out that they have made their point and then they go ahead and fund the government. i know some people are not happy with that, but the fact is, it's
awfully hard, in fact some people would say impossible to govern the country when you run one-half of one-third of the government. they control the house. they don't control the senate. they don't control the white house. so the problem is that they just don't seem to have the votes. and you've got cruz in a situation now where he's saying, let's block. let's filibuster the bill the house passed. the bill the house passed would defund obama care. you're now asking republicans who want to defund obama care, yeah, it's passed by the house, but let's block it. let's filibuster it so it can't come up for consideration. that's counter intuitive. >> you have senators like john mccain saying our party can't do the math. you'd need 67 votes. members of their own party making math jokes about other members of the party. seems like a big problem. >> i don't know that this is necessarily bad for the house to have taken this step, to have voted to defund obama care but, you know, we're up against a
deadline eight days from today when the government runs out of money. while the polls show that obama care is overwhelmingly unpopu r unpopular, they also show by an even bigger majority that people do not want to stop funding the government in order to have this fight over obama care. >> in addition to senator cruz, who else do you have on "fox news sunday" today, chris? >> we'll be talking to senator claire mccaskill with a different view. there was big news this week with syria meeting the first deadline in declaring an inventory of its weapons and some u.s. officials quoting at how complete it was and they were surprised. we'll speak with charles delpher. we'll have dennis kucinich and charles row. >> i hope you'll play that clip. that's news. >> sounds good. >> check your local listings. up next, ever wondered if heaven is real? this woman says she knows it is because she's been there.
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>> shock. >> thanks, tucker. have you ever wondered what heaven is like? our next guest may have an idea. in 2006 anita morgani was on her death bed and suffering from cancer. doctors told her husband that she'd die within hours. >> while she was in that coma she said there was an area she's been. hearing everything going on in her hospital room. she woke up and miraculously within months was cancer free. here with her amazing story, she's the author of "dying to be me" anita morgani. >> we had you on last when your book "dying to be me" came out and you told the story how you were in end stage lymphoma. >> that's right. >> end stage cancer. you were in a coma. your organs were shutting down. doctors told your husband you had hours to live. then what happened? >> they weren't aware that even though i was in a coma i was
actually aware of everything that was happening around me. everything in the hospital room, but actually beyond because i was no longer attached to my body. i felt as though i was like just pure consciousness for want of a better word. and i felt that i was able to be anywhere. i was aware of my family, who were very, very distressed and almost grieving for me. and the doctors were reliant to the fact that these were my final hours. >> you wrote this new book in an attempt to answer some questions about true healing and i think this is fascinating. now understanding people are coming to you from all over the world. what are they saying to you? >> i'm realizing that people are in pain. you snee, i wrote this book to bring -- with the hope of bringing joy to the world. i did get wonderful pafeedback. i'm so thankful and grateful. everybody has been sharing their story of pain with me and
everything's been saying we live in a world where everybody is fearful, everybody is angry or they're poor or they're destitute or suffering. everybody's suffering. the intention of my book was to bring a peace of heaven to earth. but i realize that we live in a world where really everybody is in pain. so my second book attempts to answer a lot of people's questions which i'm writing right now. >> and when you were having that out of body experience, i guess you'd describe it that way, what was your sensation? how did you come back with a renewed purpose to live your life? what did you feel? >> i felt amazing in that state. i felt like i was embraced by this feeling of unconditional love and it was a kind of love nothing like what i've ever felt here on earth in life before ever. it was just this amazing feeling of love. i realized i touched something
that we all have access to. >> when you came back, your tumors which were the size of lemons, they went away? >> they shrunk. within four days, my tumors shrunk by 70%. within five weeks i was walking out of the hospital in cancer free and the doctors couldn't explain it. >> right. if you want to read her first book it's called "dying to be me." anita is working on her second book which will be out soon. anita moorjani, thank you so much. coming up here on the show, so much for free speech. a student banned from handing out copies of the constitution. he'll share his story next. like a scene out of the movie "the hangover" a lion makes its way into the back seat of a car. how did it get in there? we have the details. ♪ ♪ my customers can shop around--
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alisyn, she manages to weasel her way into every piece of physical activity. >> until yesterday. >> in fact, our viewers wrote in so vociferously. >> you broke my streak. i have weaseled out of everything but it was for a wonderful cause, charity, futures without violence to help battered women. >> that's not why. you did it because twitter forced you to. >> yeah. >> you've given up control. >> you're right. i have now just handed over my life, all my free will to twitter. >> twitter's in the driver's seat. that was bold. you managed to remain dignified while covered in mud. >> did i? >> yes, you did. >> or did i really -- >> no, you had a lot of dignity. >> you did. >> wow. >> that doesn't look very dignified right there, i've got to tell you. >> from my angle. >> i'm right next to you. look how much less dignified -- >> this was the piece resistance. i went all the way under because
tucker did. >> you were following twitter and you were following tucker. you were following them. >> by the way, i do need better judgment of who i choose to follow. tucker did the same thing in his neck tie which i applauded. >> yeah, but not high heels. >> i didn't go under. i'm pretty tall. >> because you're live and cat like in your reflexes. >> i really enjoyed it because, as you know, i never do anything cool or tough or anything like that. when i got home my husband said, don't do that again. stop doing things like that. >> i think he secretly admired it. >> good stuff. we had a lot of people writing in about it. i know some people snapped photos of the screens they were sending in, too, you covered in mud. if you have any of those, send them in. >> i may auction off my dress. people have suggested that. meanwhile, we do have a fox news alert for you right now. a navy helicopter has crashed in the red sea. five people were on board. no word on their condition at this time. the navy says the plane was not
shot down. a search and rescue operation is underway at this hour and we will updates as more details become available. a terrifying ordeal for one family. a stranger abducts a young girl from her own bed. this was caught on a neighbor's surveillance camera. you can see the suspects carrying the 5-year-old out over his shoulder. if you look closely right there. police say the man broke in through the window of the first floor apartment and snatched the child. he then took her to a nearby park but somehow she got away and ran to get help. we are told the child is okay but the suspect remains on the run. and the national park service making big budget cuts for the sequestration earlier this year, furloughing police, but they somehow had the money to produce videos promoting the virtues of islam for sects for women's rights. >> all proponents are from an arab country and different country and we don't know how to
speak english or anything. and we're not american at all. >> here's the statement in a statement on the women's rights national historical parks website, part of the parks service, it says, quote, we recognize the efforts of other groups around the world who work to achieve equality. we created a video series to recognize the efforts of citizens to change the world they live in. >> that's the national parks service? >> yeah. >> parks service endorsing islam as a religion of peace. sure, why not. yellowstone, managing world religion. all the same. >> i'm laughing because tucker's hijacking my next story. >> i think we both hijacked it. we apologize. >> this is an important story because it sounds like a scene out of the movie "the hangover" when the guys put mike tyson's tiger in the back of their car. let's watch. >> oh. >> [ bleep ]. >> oh, my god. >> okay.
okay. >> you think this only happens in the movies, tucker? oh, no. this also happens in real life, in kuwait. this is the scene. a man apparently lured a run away lion into his car. he actually sat inside the vehicle with the big cat for a while before he started getting agitated and that's when he decided to call police. the animal is believed to be a pet that got loose but lions, i'd like to remind all of our viewers, are illegal to keep. >> i don't think that's true in kuwait. i've been to kuwait and there's a lion in every other car. you'll be in traffic in kuwait city, there's lion, tiger, cheetah, lion. >> they roar at you. >> they have rules, no dogs in the car in hot day. make sure you crack the window a little bit. >> always a hot day in kuwait. >> dispensing a lot of great information. >> rick, can you feel wisdom emanating from us? >> i do. the moral of the story is, i want a tiger. >> oh, no. >> you're saying if i move to kuwait, i can have one in my car? >> that's what tucker is saying.
>> once a week there's a story in manhattan where some guy has 30 pythons in his apartment. >> rick. >> i do not want that. >> a rooster. >> a tiger, that would be pretty cool. guys, let's talk about the weather. special story for ali coming out of california. take a look at the weather map. snow. it snowed. this all happened yesterday. the last official day of summer. heavenly ski resort just around lake tahoe getting some snow overnight. 36 degrees there right now. today you'll get up into the low 60s. that will all be gone pretty quickly there. keep sending me your pictures. i would prefer fall pictures instead of winter pictures. pick your city there. future satellite on radar, what we expect to see today. temps you'll notice across the northeast. cool. winds moving across the lakes. we'll see a little bit of leftover rain and showers across the areas of the great lakes. this morning everything is clear. we see temps feeling very much like fall. down to the southeast we'll see
some rain showers hanging on across florida for the day today as that front stalls out there. temps to the north of that are going to be spectacular. it will be a beautiful day in the southeast. same with the northern plains. another spectacular day. tons of sunshine for everybody there. the problem will be out across the west where we'll see rain and mountain snow in across the mountains of colorado. guys, send it back to you inside. >> thank you. >> you torture me, rick. roll out the red carpet, tv's biggest night. >> one of them. >> the 65th primetime emmy awards air tonight. going to give you a preview of what to expect is our own, our favorite kevin mccarthy, fox news contributor and founder of nerd tears.com. i didn't know there was tv 65 years ago. this is the 65th. >> tucker, alisyn, so good to see you. i love it when you say nerd tears, tucker. that's awesome. >> heart felt. who's going to win? >> i'm looking forward to the awards show. i know "breaking bad" is a huge
front-runner. kneel p neil patrick harris is hosting the show. if you saw his tony award show earlier, that was one of the most incredible openers. see if he can top that tonight. neil patrick harris hosting. one of the things i'm looking forward to is elton john. he's paying tribute to liberace. the new film aired on hbo. nominated for 15 emmy awards, two are up for matt damon as well as michael douglas for tv movie or mini series. by the way, when you're watching elton john perform, his famous glasses. he wears them because they look cool. there is no prescription in them. i know that because of this moment. >> are my glasses cool? i want to ask the king. >> they're very, very cool. >> elton john approves my glasses. >> they're cool. >> can i try yours on? >> actually, mine don't have any lenses in them.
>> oh. i like these. >> see, they look great. >> we'll trade. >> a shot of you with those glasses on. >> come here. >> i want to sit in elton's chair. >> you got to wear elton glasses. no prescription, they're just for effect? >> just for effect, man. they were awesome. i wanted to keep them but he wouldn't let me. >> kevin, you're having too much fun. you're playing musical chairs with elton john. >> that was pretty cool. i'm not going to lie. >> you had a chance to sit down with julie louie dreyfuss. jails gandolfini's presence will be felt. >> i think one of the best actors working in our generation. unfortunately this will be a huge, huge memorial for him today. julia lee dreyfuss who starred in the new movie, "enough said" which is his last starring role opens up.
julia louis-dreyfuss surpassed lucille ball as the most nominated comedic actress in a leading or supporting role. she has 14 nominations over her career. she's the only woman to have won three emmys for three separate tv shows. we sat down with her to get her thoughts on james gandolfini as a person. here's what she had to say. >> very dear, earnest, well meaning. this was a goodman and not -- there was no tony soprano really. that was a well-done lovely. and kevin, brian cranston tonight, maybe win another emmy for the final season of "breaking bad." he tweeted about something? >> yeah, "breaking bad," he tweeted tony soprano, james
gandolfi gandolfini's character paved the way for the anti-hero. we have a character which is not necessarily a great person but he's the leading character of this very popular show. so cranston tweeted about how much of an effect gandolfini had on the indull ststrindustry. so a huge tweet from him. looking forward to seeing it tonight. interestingly enough, breaking bad, second to the last episode ever airs during the emmys tonight and it's also the front-runner to win for best drama. kind of interesting dilemma. >> thank goodness for the tivo. >> thanks for previewing it. >> good to see you guys. >> you too. coming up, home sales are at a 6 1/2 year high. what is behind the surge? is it real? can it endo you remember. then so much for free speech. a student banned from handing out copies of the u.s. constitution at his college on constitution day. we hear from that student after
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you know we can still see you. no, you can't. pretty sure we can... try snapshot today -- no pressure. sales on existing homes hit a 6 1/2 year high with nearly 5.5 million houses sold last month. it's a surge. what's behind it? will it last? joining us is real estate expert morgan brennan. thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> this is good news for people who want to sell their homes? is this real? why is this happening in the middle of a soft economy? >> the first thing to remember is we are seeing a recovery in housing. how fast that recovery continues to grow remains to be seen. in large part we saw home sales grow in august because of what the national association of realtors is referring to as a temporary peak. it's because we've seen a
drastic rise in mortgage rates since may. we've seen the 30 year fixed mortgage jump by more than an entire percentage point in may. that has propelled a lot of potential home buyers to come off the sidelines and lock into rates before they get higher. >> now's definitely the time for sure. but is this also a sign that lenders are loosening up credit? i know that ordinary people were having a tough time getting, say, a 30-year fixed rate loan. >> this is still an issue. we still see tight credit. still a big issue. probably more so moving forward than rates even especially in light of the fact that the federal reserve came out this week and said that they would keep up their $85 billion per month bond buying program. a fact that will probably keep rates at about where they are, keep them from growing at the drastic rates we've seen. tight credit is an issue. another thing weighing on home sales and will be moving forward is the fact that we still see very tight inventory levels. construction coming back but not as quickly as the demands that
we see out there. i think we'll see a lot of uneven sales activity over the next couple of months because of all of these factors. >> this is good news. you always want to see commercial activity taking place like this. >> it is. >> the last time we had a housing bubble it tanked the economy. have the roots been addressed and fixed? should we be worried about this? >> we still have the government basically propelling the mortgage industry right now. we do see that recovery. one of the things that economists have been keeping a close eye on is we've been seeing that double digit rate of home appreciation in the last couple of months. that's not something that's sustainable. that's part of the reason we started to hear the "b" word, the bubble word. the fact that rates have been riding, te rising, the fact that we will see more inventory coming onto the market into next year, all of those factors will start to slow down. we're starting to see this. starting to slow down the frothy pace of home price appreciation. i don't think you'll see home
prices come off, but that home price appreciation rate was moving so quickly it wasn't staying in line with income growth. this will probably start to level out a little bit. that's not a bad thing, it's a good thing. >> morgan, thanks a lot for joining us this morning. >> thank you. thanks for having me. having me. next on the rundown, have an emergency? you call 911. you call once, twice, you call them a third time, and guess what? you get evicted. is that fair? we'll report and you decide. then, a student is banned from handing out copies of the constitution on constitution day. we'll hear from that student, coming up.
the constitution and the first amendment to it, freedom of speech. but on constitution day, one college student ran into big trouble trying to hand out copies of the constitution to his classmates. watch. >> if you're going to start an organization like that, you have to go through the rigmarole. >> but why are there rules and regulations placed on free speech? why do i as a student have to have a free -- this is my free speech, is it not? >> it's a assigned place and manner. that's what it's called. >> is this constitutional? joining us now is the medesto college student whose voice you heard in that video. nice to see you this morning, robert. >> thank you. glad to be here. >> it looks like you had your iphone out ready to do battle. did you know this was going to happen when you decided to hand out constitutions on constitution day? i wasn't sure it would happen.
i was hoping it wouldn't. i was hoping something so simple as handing out the constitution would not be seen as a bad thing, but apparently they didn't agree. >> robert, i had a viewer write into me about this story and he was sort of on the side of the school. his point was, if you just let college kids start to protest or start to hand out whatever they want to hand out -- i'll make my point while we get the satellite back. here is what the viewer said. he had an issue on his campus where neo-nazis were handing out things. you know, that there are free speech zones, they sound absurd, but college kids will do sometimes ridiculous things if you give them free license to hand out things. >> let me answer for robert. it was constitution day. and when you have these blanket policies without any sort of human accountability behind them, common sense behind them, it's absurd.
handing out constitutions on constitution day, you probably say maybe this rule is not as blanket as we -- >> it is especially ironic that it's a college. the whole point of college, the whole point of getting tenure, for example, is this is a place where you can fully express yourself and explore new ideas and push the boundaries. and it turns out to be exactly the opposite of reality. it's the one place where you can't express what you think. >> we're going to dial it back up, pay the bill, and we're going to get the satellite back and we'll be hopefully back with robert in a moment. coming up, breaking news. you're looking at the aftermath of a planned building implosion now on fire. it turned out to be an explosion now because it's on fire. we'll update you on the situation after the break. then, do you have a question about the birds and the bees? don't ask mom and dad. ask big brother where kids can now text for sex ed advice on your dime.
good morning, everyone. it's sunday, september 2nd. we start with a fox news alert. the hostage situation at that mall in kenya is still ongoing. after extremists linked to al qaeda opened fire, killing at least 59 people. among those injured are americans. we have all the developing details for you in a live report. and hey, kids, do you have a question about the birds and the bees? don't ask your parents. they're uncool. ask the government where kids can text for sex advice. you're paying for it. >> it gets parents off the hook. and "duck dynasty" it highlights hard work and love of
family. why did one of their t-shirts get a kid in big trouble with his school? fox and friends hour four starts right now. >> thanks for joining us today. we have big international news happening. we will get our constitution guest back in just a moment. but in the meantime, we have a fox news alert for you. at this hour, terrorist res in a standoff with special forces in nairobi, kenya, after killing dozens at an upscale mall. 59 people are dead, nearly 200 are injured and many are still being held hostage, this as israel steps in to try to help end the sewage. >> connor is live with the latest on this. >> good morning. that standoff does continue. right now, we're hearing that security forces do control much of that shopping mall, but it is
believed that about 15 or so al shabab gunmen now control some of that shopping mall. there may be as many as 15, including one al shabab female gunman there, as well. we think there are hostages. the numbers are estimated from 50 to 200. the red cross is saying there are 49 people unaccounted for. now, fax news has learned israel has sent a special time to nairobi to help with the negotiations. the shopping mall is opened by a wealthy israeli businessman. security officials say the israelis are there only to assist with negotiations. 24 hours after al shabab stormed this upscale shopping mall, loud bursts of gunfire continued to fill the air in nairobi. the attackers were targeting anonymous limbs and westerners, yesterday even ordering mutt limps to lead a foot food court area. nearly thousands have left the mall, including some this
morning. the death toll could increase as we get more information and because the gunmen that are in the mall are refusing to negotiation or release any of these hostages. so there's a real concern that this death toll may increase in the coming days and weeks. guys, back to you. >> thank you, connor. let's break down exactly what this group is, what they say they, anyway. al qaeda linked militant group. they formed back in 2006. somalia has been their main operating base. they said because of kenya's involvement in somalia, that's why they carried out this attack. they wanted somalia all to themselves, to set up complete al qaeda camp there. >> al shabab's senior leadership is affiliated with al qaeda, proudly, they say, .they are believed to have been trained and to have fought in
afghanistan. also, al shabab became a u.s. designated foreign terrorist organization in 2008. they are estimated between 7,000 and 9,000 fighters for al shabab, and the group, as we said, has claimed affiliation with al qaeda since 2007. >> somalia is also a key point of origination for pirates. this is the latest of a lot of problems to come out of there. there are many, many thousands of somali refugees in the united states who have been resettled by religious groups and the u.s. government. >> this is the latest terrorist attack affiliated with a group, al qaeda. and you often heard from the obama administration that al qaeda is on the run. the president has said that not only during the campaign but after. but the infrastructure of al qaeda has been dismantled.
that may be true in part, but now spread with multiple heads popping up around the world. >>. >> shabab jihad are part of al qaeda. they have been threatening kenyan forces, the kenyan government and the president not to send soldiers and the peace core, and the peace forces that are trying to stabilize somalia. so this is evidence that al qaeda organizations itself internationally. it's not just a local problem with that mall or a local problem with an ethnic group. if you do not counter the ideology, it's going to create extremist, create things that we've heard, that we attack the christians or in pakistani or iraq, let the shia go out, let the pakistanis say. the sheer issue is about radicalization. this is what happens when you ignore the ideology producing that extremist.
>> we will keep you posted as to the ongoing hostage standoff there in nairobi. meanwhile, we have some other headlines for you, including this fox news alert. a navy helicopter has crashed in the red sea. five people were on board. no word on their condition at this time. the navy says the plane was not shot down. search and rescue operations is now under way and we will update you as more details become available. and a historic building gone in second. that was a macy's department store in downtown houston. it was demolished as planned moments ago. shortly after, flames were seen engulfing the area. fire officials say they have the fire under control. overnight, iran's president says he's ready for nuclear talks with the u.s.
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except for this area down here across areas of the southeast. much of the central plains looking spectacular. out to the west, it's cool and bringing you rain and snow across parts of the four corners, mostly colorado and utah. aside from that, we have a spectacular look at fall today. >> man, four spectaculars in one report. you know it's going to be a great day. let's go back to medesto college student. >> we lost your satellite a few minutes ago there in san francisco. we were in the process of discussing with you what unfolded on your campus as you were handing out constitutions on constitution day for our viewers who don't know. take a look at what happened. >> if you're going to start an organization like that, you have to go through the rigmarole of the regulations. >> but why are there rules and regulations placed on free speech? why do i as a student have to get permission to have a free
speech? this is my free speech, is it not? >> it's a time, plan and manner. that's what it's called. >> so i think what we're hearing here, robert, is that you can only exercise free speech within certain strict parameters at your school. so how is it free? >> well, that's a -- that's the million-dollar question. the idea that i have to ask for permission to commit the act of free speech, and then i have to go to a certain area to have the free speech and discuss with my fellow students is -- it's a little ridiculous and it's definitely not free speech. >> now, you're talking about this little area. this is a map here. this is a designated zone. it's like a smoking area.
here is your free speech zone auto campus. >> but robert, let's play the other side, the college side, which is you were trying to hand out the u.s. constitution. that seems like a good lesson. however, if you let college kids hand out whatever they want, the legalized marijuana crowd will be handing out one thing, tneo nazis will be handing out one thing and it would be a free for all. do you understand that slippery slope argument? >> well, it is exactly that. a slippery slope argument. it's not the greatest argument in the world. i don't feel the students need to be protected from speech of other people. if they don't like it, they can walk away. there are laws preventing harassment of people. this isn't a huge issue that students can't engage in free speech and talk to each other. >> so why the constitution? you would think the one document
that would -- you know, you would be allowed to hand out would be the constitution. why does it matter to you? >> well, the constitution is the highest law in the land. one of the biggest problems today is most students, especially, don't know what's in the document. it's a document that limits the u.s. government, but the bill of rights enumerates our rights and it's very important that students are aware of that, especially on campus and this exemplifies why students need to know. >> we understand why the administration was upset. did you have any students who were appalled that you were handing out a constitution? did you hear any negativity? >> there were no students upset that i was pat'sing out constitutions. >> shocking. >> robert, thanks so much. we appreciate your video and sharing your story with us. >> thanks, robert. >> thank you. still ahead on the show, the house voted to defund obama care. but our next guest says, stop
the fighting, it will fail on its own. and a family apparently not welcome at one school. a student was forced to remove his "duck dynasty" to a t-shirt because it was so very, very threatening. we'll show you the shirt and see if you cower, coming up. >> and i'll be like this. >> from the heat from the fireplace. has pretty bold flavor. i love bold flavors! i'd love it if you'd open the chute! [ male announcer ] progresso. surprisingly bold flavor for a heart healthy soup. jron: i'm sorry, who are you?nt we all like? jc: i'm your coworker! c'mon guys, i'm driving. hey, you guys comfortable? it's best-in-ass rear legroom. no way we'd fit is comfortably in your car, dan.
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>> your view is there is a huge battle, as you know, among republicans in washington. how to respond to obama care. some say to fund it. others say we need to shut down the government. what's the best course of action at this point for republicans? >> well, i would be really happy if we could, in fact, defund it. but the fact is, we don't have the vote. so that's not going to happen. and my view is that the republicans should take a deep breath and they should let this house of cards collapse on its own. once the individual mandate is implemented starting in 2014, the american bub is going to actually revolt. this is going to be a huge problem. you've already got labor unions suggesting that they don't like the plan. but once those people have to buy insurance and find out that their premiums are going to be higher because there are all sorts of mandated services that are not there before. and for those people who can't afford it, they're going to end up having to pay a fine.
the american public is going to say, wait a second, this is not what we bargained for. >> and there are some saying even before implementation, a recent poll found american independents 32% approve, 60% oppose. do you think this may be the reason is president is sounding almost hysterical in his defense of health care? >> he is. and going to the black caucus and playing the race card on this issue is ridiculous. i predict even after it's fully implemented, you'll have at least 30 million people uninsured because people who are young and healthy will not buy into the system. it will be cheaper for them to pay that $95 fine in 2014 or $325 fine in 2015 than it is to go out and pay a couple thousand dollars of insurance.
and without those younger, healthier people in there, it's going to mean the premiums are going to rise on all of thoseho the system and there is going to be a huge backlash and, frankly, the republicans are going to be able to exploit that in the 2014 election. i think they ought to wait to do that, rather than confronting the president and shutting down the government, which i think is going to resound really not to their benefit. it's going to be the same thing that happened the last time the public shout down the government. it's not going to be a good thick. >> the law of supply and demand is a hard law. congress cannot change it. it's a really smart analysis. >> thank you, tucker. >> next on the rundown, have an emergency? you will called 911 once, you can call a second time. call three times and you get evicted. is that fair? we'll report and then you can decide. kids, do you have a question about the birds and the bees snpt don't bother asking your parents. ask the government where kids
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it's time for the news by the numbers. alabama scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns despite the tide saying 24th feel like they got away with that win. three, that's how many overtimes it took virginia tech to beat marshall, 29-21. finally, one season, that's how long florida's starting quarterback jeff driscol will be
out of the game. he suffered a broken ankle in the gators 31-17 win over tennessee the other night. the junior tyler murphy will take over. well, another student forced to remove clothing at school. by the school administration. are we so politically correct that a student can't wear a shirt like this. this is a "duck dynasty" t-shirt. it says i will hurt you physically and/or met physically. >> it is a famous tag line from the show, physically and meta physically. >> let me tell you, the statement from the school from david parks, the witty prime school superintendent, if you are a duck dynasty fan, you understand the meaning of the shirt. but if you have not watched it, you may question if the shirt
implies violence. as a school division, we would like to keep our slogans on student shirts as nonviolent as possible. now, good news, the student was not suspended. the student wasn't in trouble. he was asked to turn his shirt inside out or you can't see the i will shirt you message or go home and change it. he opted to go home and change it. >> this hurts me so meta physically. it's so stupid, and the whole point is what are they learning? teachers have no sense of proportion, they have no sense of humor, that they will robotically follow the rules to the conclusion of common sense. >> so you see this as a teachable moment? so these teachers should have used this t-shirt and said, you know what? adults are inflexible, adults don't have a sense of humor. >> they've taught that lesson very briskly. >> and as evidence by our fiscal
policy, you should take the t-shirt off that moment. >> ron from alabama says i thought the t-shirt was a vocabulary lesson. how do you get the notion it promotes violence? >> well, it says i will hurt you physically. that's where they got the idea. catherine in ohio says i agree policemen correctness goes too far, but to know this was a joke, you would have to watch the show. in this case, i agree with the school. >> well, you bring you an interesting point. certain schools in california, you're not allowed to wear this color red or this color blue because it represents this gang versus this gang. judgment calls are okay. it's okay to make decisions on a case by case basis. one size does not fit all,
actually. but with government, it always does. you can't have gum unless everybody has gum. you know when a? chew your gum. it's okay. we're going to make an exception. >> if you leave with no other message today, chew your gum, people. next up on the show, have an emergency? you can call 911 one time, maybe two times, but if you try calling them a third time, you're going to get evicted from. is that fair? we're going to report and you'll decide. we'll a debate on that, coming up. plus, she fwaim became an instant hit, but she never expected what came next. this woman getting a chance to fulfill her dream. copd makes it hard to breathe...
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oh, kenny logins. >> he sounds like a log cabin. >> trees, logs, wood. i see where you're going with this. >> this is a tradition in your house. first day of fall. crank up the kenny logins. literally, every single year. >> rick writes me, what do you fire up on the first day of fall? no kenny logins. >> maybe aretha franklin. >> better, but no.
>> holland oates. >> getting better. keep going. actually, not. that's going to get boring. you know what? it's getting chilly out here. the camera guy has to run inside. he's chickening out. take a look at this amazing picture sent in from michigan. michigan, people have been saying we've got some fall going on. this is actually from maple forest township. it's small to find of the map there around the grayling area. here is your potny lesson of the day. that is called sumac. kim sent this in and said the sumac is changing and looking very nice. it's that time of year. keep sending the pictures. we love getting those pictures. there's your forecast across the northeast. a ton of sunshine and very dry conditions behind them. all that rain that moved through during the overnight hours. look at those temperatures, only 55 degrees today in buffalo. so i guess it's kenny logins
music in buffalo. we'll see rain showers still hanging on across northern florida. also behind that front, dryer conditions and a ton of sunshine. beautiful in texas and oklahoma. into the northern plains, a ton of sunshine. that's where your temperatures are a little warm. across the west, snow in and across the elevations in colorado. >> chilly in phoenix. >> exactly. >> thanks. let's get to the headlines and tell you what is happening at this hour. while you were sleeping, a deadly attack on a church in pakistan. more than 60 people were killed and another 420 rm hurt when a bomber attacks the church at the end of the day's service. this happened while worshippers were lining up. and later today, president obama and the first lady will meet with families of the 12 victims in the navy yard shooting. a memorial service is scheduled for this afternoon. this will be held at the marine barracks, not far from wrun gunman opened fire. the service is closed to the
public. and hey, kids, do you have a question about the birds and the bees? don't ask mom and dad. ask big brother. new mexico governor rolling out an app that allows you to text them your question. it's called birdes and bees. and within 24 hours, a health expert will text back a private nonjudgmental response. >> i want them to be judgmental. >> great. >> a spokesperson from the new mexico health department says, quote, for the past several years, we have have h a spike in teen birth rates and we feel this would be an asset to help reduce the teen birth rate. >> cathy e-mailed us this morning and said the government doesn't belong there. where will it go next? >> and daniel wrote another step to communist takes family values and responsibilities away from the parent. it's all happening too fast. >> larry says, it sounds crazy,
but it may be a better option than bad info from a guy or a girl in class who has all the answers. >> fair enough. let us know what you think. all right. here is one of our favorite stories today. elle poll bust a boogie went viral after being posted by an onlooker. little did the dancing queen know that it would lead to a casting role in a theater production. she spoke to us earlier on fox & friends. >> i watched the video twice and noticed that elle was in easterly and i was putting on a show in easterly. and i like to involve local people and i thought, well, why not? >> it was a dream come true for elle. she studied performing arts in college and made her debut in the production amen. >> i'm just realizing, she's a better dancer than me. she's not even moving hardly. she's a better dancer than me. >> it would be better if you didn't move so much.
>> i do like a hurkey jerksy dance. communities across the country are passing laws threatening renters with eviction if they make too many 911 emergency calls. now some domestic violence advocates argue that these laws could endanger free speech rights. ashley merchant and sandra are with us. nice to see you. >> good to see you. >> so it's kind of like a three strikes and you're out law, ashley. you agree with this, that it's okay that after the third phone call that they get evicted. tell us your thoughts on this. >> well, i think that the purpose of the law is a good purpose. it's trying to make the community safer. and we're saying that people that live in these areas don't want to have these types of situations around them. the problem -- and i understand the problem -- is that they don't want to discriminate
against victims of domestic violence. and i think that that is a valid issue. but i think that the purpose of this law is okay. i just think they need to get to a better way of enforcing this law. >> sandra, is that the issue, just the enforcement of this law? we've had cases, and one case in particular where one woman was stabbed and had to be air lifte threatened with eviction now as a result of this. >> well, wa we've seen with these laws which penalize your right to call the police and end up in your eviction is that they harm all crime victims. i represent a domestic violence survivor who, when the police came to arrest her abuser, told her this is your first strike, you will be on eviction if there's three strikes total. so after that, she was terrified to call the police. and so even when her abuser came back and now they had long ended their relationship, he stabbed her in the neck. she did want want to call the police because she was so afraid of losing her home.
>> here is a statement of the town of morristown. the provision does not in any way cripple nate against any purposes nor does it punish victims of domestic violence. the northtown police department remainses vigilant for those crimes. but ashley, the question from domestic advocates who say they want to protect against domestic violence that this person might wait out the three phone calls, wait until they know this person has exhausted their three phone calles and do something really tragic. >> it has safety calls and an appeals process. so if a person has to make three or more calls, they can appeal that three strikes. so it does allow for instances where it's true domestic violence to actually appeal and still be able to call 911. the law's whole purpose and the aim is to avoid just disturbances and calls that really shouldn't be going to
911, should be going to the non-emergency police line because we don't want 911 to be clogged up with non-emergency type calls. so it's aiming to change behavior to get folks to discriminate between an emergency call and a non-emergency call. >> so, sandra, ashley brings up an interesting point which is that they have being flooded with these calls. some are non-emergency, some don't rise to the level of police interference. would some be better suited going to some nonviolent advocacy or shelter? >> well, what we see here is that the law was enforced while my client was in the hospital recovering from a stabbing. they sent a letter to her landlord saying you must evict her. and even with that eviction was unsuccessful, they then threatened to condemn the property and forcibly remove her. so i think it's somehow misleading to say there's safety valves. there aren't in terms of how they're using these laws against survivors. and the other problem here is that the law does not let the
survivor challenge whether or not the appropriate is an appropriate strike. the letters get sent to the landlord. the landlord oftentimes does not have an incentive to challenge what the city is doing. >> ashley, with a few seconds left, i'll give you the final word. >> i think landlords have a right to have property free from police presence. and landlords want to be able to rent property. so it makes sense for landlords to want to have a property that doesn't have a lot of police intervention. >> ashley and sandra, i appreciate you for joining us this morning. coming up, the pope making waves with his comment that the catholic church will suffer if it does not make -- for gays. then it's a story we've been telling you about, hundreds of teens trash an nfl star's home when he wasn't home. so he invited them to come help clean up.
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we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. pope francis saying in an interview last week, quote, we cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of contra septemberive messages. i was not spoken much about these things, and i was reprimanded for that. >> father, nice to see you this morning. >> the pope is shaking things up. >> he is. and he's being straightforward. and he's talking about things that perhaps haven't been talked about before or at least in many years. bishops have been asking him to go on records about where the
church stands on this issue. he said i've gotten a lot of criticism for not talking enough about abortion, about gay marriage, about contraception, etcetera, etcetera. he said i am purposely not talking about those things. >> why not? >> whoa, people said that's the foundation. he said that's not if foundation. the foundation is the whole message of jesus christ. that's the gospel. of course, he says, insisting only on these things happens is we end up forgetting the rest. so it's a choice he's made. i don't think he's saying -- i'm sure he's not saying, therefore, nobody should talk about those things. but i, as pope, am always talking about things than the rest of the message gets lost. >> so interesting that he doesn't want the controversy to ee clept the rest of the message. is there some indication he's taking a more lenient approach to the topic? >> it's a very different tone. he was asked about gay marriage
in this interview and he said, you know, if somebody asks me, what do you think about my homosexuality? he said i wouldn't respond by saying if jesus looked at you, he would recognize your existence and would not deny it. something along those terms. that was the whole interview in my facebook and twitter to look at. but it's a different tone. it's a very, very different tone. >> and as my point of view as a non-catholic, not that surprising. what was surprising to me was coupling the three issues together. contraception, gay marriage, but abortion is a matter of life and death. why was it coupled with the other two issues? >> he's saying these are the issues that we're always asked about. i think in part it's the media who is getting up to talk about these things, right? obviously. but he's saying, these are the controversial issues of the day and we should be careful not to be only talking about those. the tone is very, very different. and it's making me question and
i -- am i talking about go the god than people who are on a different side of these issues can experience that? >> is this an awareness of the acceptance and trying to reach a larger audience for the church? we were just in a foreign country not too long ago, went into a mass in an old church. there was a lot of people in there, but they were older, much older. and i didn't see any young people in there at all. >> but i don't think it's a strategy, a pr strategy. how do we get a few more people in the pews? he's doing it as a shepherd. i am paul, we are called to reach out to everyone. do you guys mind if i tell a very, very personal story very quickly? >> we would love pit. >> my sister is a -- she is legally married in washington to another woman this year. it's been very hard for the family. and she's been struggling with her faith a lot because of the church's stance. she wrote me this letter after she read pope francis's interview. listen to this. this is my sister, ann marie. and she gave me permission to read this.
>> that's good. >> she said all of this is to say like i felt i was listening to the voice of jesus, a jesus i could believe in. i've had extreme difficulty opening a bible in the past number of years. but she said yesterday i experienced jesus through pope francis' words. the news clipping conveniently left out other parts about moral consequences from the simple profound raidan message of the gospel. she says, i recognize that the church teaches something differently than i'm living. but she says, i can experience jesus for the first time. >> oh, my. >> that's heavy duty. >> i'm glad you read that. >> thank you for reading that. >> thanks, father john. >> thank you. we'll have more fox & friends in two minutes.
hundreds of teenagers partied in his vacation home when he wasn't there. causing thousands of dollars in damage. and he watched it all unfold on twitter. can you even imagine? >> but in the end, he turned the tables on the teens. he posted their names online, and invited them to come help clean up his house for a party he held to honor veterans yesterday. former nfl player and owner of the trashed home and folk hero, frankly, brian holloway. brian, thanks for joining us. >> hey, you're very welcome. >> brian, what happened yesterday? you had this event you had been planning to have for wounded warriors or veterans and you were hoping some of the partygoipart partygoers, the kids would come back and help you clean up and be part of the event. hot has happened? >> we're going to get to that in a second. i've been giving you a lot of my time all week long. i haven't been able to see my
grandchildren. they're watching me on tv. isaiah, it's pop. i love you! who are you today? leonardo, donatello, raphael? i'm going to get you. i can't wait to see you, as soon as i finish up, pop will play, okay? all right, thanks. >> well done, brian. we like that you sent that television telegraph to your grandchild there. >> okay, so here's the deal. yesterday, i was hoping that a lot of the students and their parents would come over. what a great way to turn a star into a victory taking the first step. it was an opportunity they could have been around veterans, military personnel who would sit down with them one-on-one and i wanted them to have a conversation about accountability, about seriousness, about focus, about dedication, what it is to be responsible. i'm no hero, okay, they're the heroes. up for
unfortunately, who bknows, buts four showed up. for those four, two things i said, number one, i wanted to acknowledge you for your courage of finally coming. by you coming, you took a big step. now, get the message out to all of your classmates. number two. there was an indication of a bigger issue because the others didn't come. now, we're going to cover that in a minute. but the biggest thing i want to say to those parents in the 300 right now, listen to me, please. the press is descending upon all of our lives. we've got stuff we've got to get handled, and we're going to get to that. >> brian, hold on. let's get to that right now. >> i know you hadn't experienced know of that before. i will be your shield to preth you with the media, but it's going to get ten times worse. >> what do you mean when you say we have stuff we have to handle with the media descending.
>> the people, you understand this? all of the other people, you get them together because we don't want to lose anybody. >> can i ask a stupid question? how did they get in your house and how badly did they trash it? >> so -- >> can you hear us? >> i can hair year you now. >> so they broke into the house, yeah? >> they broke in the house. they probably did about $20,000 to $30,000 of damage. i'm still assessing. >> brian, tmz, the celebrity gossip website and show says that some of your neighbors are home was already foreclosed on, already sort of falling into disrepair. can you sort of respond to that? >> i only have one neighbor, and he's never been in the house because i don't let people who beat their wives in my house. i don't let -- >> whoa, whoa, whoa. brian, we're not indorsing that allegation. we have no idea where that's coming from. we're not getting involved in your dispute with the neighbor.
>> i'm responding to any salacious stuff you're saying. i'm happy to answer the question based on the facts. i welcome them. >> was your home being foreclosed upon? >> my home was being foreclosed upon because i told them i'm not going to pay them. they aren't going to sit there and call the note and push me around and not negotiate with me like they were supposed to be law. >> there's no reason -- regardless of what condition a home is, kids aren't allowed to come in and vandalize it anyway. >> after the kids sat up and they vandalized it, and they broke -- brian, we get it. thanks for giving us an update. we'll follow you on your update. >> we have to go. we're going to black. more "fox & friends" three minutes from now. around ♪ ♪ turn around barry
>> we had an interview with brian holloway. >> it's a lesson to our viewers, you have to stay through the whole show. >> you really do. >> and the foxandfriends.com where we'll dissect this after. we start with the fox news alert. new gunfire reported at this moment at that mall under siege in nairobi. that violent and horrific islamic terrorist attack continues after 24 hours, with reports now that those terrorists include both men and women. >> well, we're hearing right now that about four americans are believed to be among the wounded in that attack in that mall in kenya and the death toll continues to rise. this is armed militants linked to